Mine to Steal

Mine to Steal

by T.k. Rapp


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ISBN-13: 9781495226687
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/12/2014
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

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MySecretBookSpot More than 1 year ago
"Mine to Steal (Mine to Love #2)" by T.K. Rapp 5 out of 5 stars Fun, intense, and witty are all words I would use to describe the second book in the Mine to Love series by T. K. Rapp.  I want to start off with a little advice.  This book can technically be read as a standalone in the series.  I would urge you to read "Mine to Love" first.  I was only given this one to read and review but I don't like to start in the middle of a series so I purchased and read "Mine to Love" before I started this one.  While not necessary, I think you get to know the main character so much better since he plays a dominant role in that book as well.  OK, now that that's out of the way... I really like Trey.  I really liked him in the previous book as well...in fact I had a hard time not rooting for him to get the girl (Emogen).  But, I'm glad he didn't because his sparks with Faith are so much better than any he had with Em.  Trey is an all around amazing guy!  He's intelligent, a savvy businessman, determined, sexy, and just plain fun.  He has a quiet command of every scene he is in and I love that his "alphaness" is not in your face but subtle.  He knows he is good at his job but he's still open to compromise and new ideas.  I love that he's not afraid to tell Faith what he wants and is willing to stand his ground on it even if that means losing her.  I was seriously sad to end the book just because I had so much fun hanging out in his head. Faith is complex.  While she's not a damsel in distress, she's still holding on to painful memories of her past.  Faith has a wall erected and it firmly says to stay away from all things involving Trey and his family.  Fortunately for her Trey doesn't pay attention and blazes through her walls intent on making her get to know the real man, not the one she has made up in her mind.  It's definitely not smooth sailing but it's oh so worth the journey. Rapp's style is very fluid.  Chapter flowed into chapter and I was loathe to put the book down.  She does a great job of developing her characters and really bringing the reader into the story.  I was already very invested in Trey from the first book and I loved being inside his head and learning more about him in this installment.  Rapp did a great job of setting him up for his own story in the first book and seeing it through to fruition here.  Likewise she has set up a couple of different characters for the next one in the series and I can't wait to see what she has up her sleeve next!  I can definitely recommend this one as well as the first one in the series.  You won't go wrong with this author. *I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.* Shannon, My Secret Book Spot